Today I have a review to bring you, that I’m quite excited to write. Recently I’ve been in a bit of a book slump and I’ve had a hard time finding time to sit down and read instead of watch Netflix 24/7. This unfortunately hasn’t changed much, but I did have a great time reading this book and finished it in two sittings – which I think is pretty good for where I’m at right now.
This is a great novel for when you’re in a reading slump because it moves so fast, so I’m very glad I decided to pick this one up.
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Today I’m bringing a review for The Scent of the Past by Erin Marie Bernardo. Enjoy!
(I received this book for an honest review)
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Hey guys, today I’m bringing to you my review for The Valiant by Leslie Livingston.
This novel is one that I looked forward to so much when it first came out. I was so excited to pick it up, and I’m so glad that I did.
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Hey guys! Today I’m bringing to you a review for The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue!
This book has been super hyped up, and originally I wanted to listen to the audiobook but I couldn’t find it at my library. I then brought the print book, but I kind of wish I bought the audiobook instead.
Unfortunately I didn’t really enjoy this book, it wasn’t what I expected.
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Today I’m bringing you a review for The Underground Railroad by Coleson Whitehead! I hope you enjoy!
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Hey guys! So this book took me a couple days to finish up, and it was really getting a bit frustrating for me. I’m very glad that I’m finally done – and that I can finally move on to City of Fallen Angels!
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It’s finally August, and after my amazing reading month last month, I wanted to start off strong.
I watched Room when it first came out and I have been wanting to read the book ever since because the movie itself was so amazing. Thankfully I saw this book for $5 at Barnes and Noble and picked it up right away.
I have to say that this book didn’t make me as emotional as the movie did, I don’t know if this is because I read a lot of it during the day around my family/at school, but the movie definitely made me cry more.
I’m just going to jump into the review now!
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